Gabrielle Union-Wade Attended An 'If Beale Street Could Talk' Screening In Pyer Moss

If Beale Street Could Talk, the 1974 novel by James Baldwin that has now taken on movie form is one of the most talked about films of this award season. The movie, directed by Barry Jenkins, continues to make its rounds premiering in select theaters and private screenings across the country; its latest pit stop, Los Angeles. RAD, an agency that creates partnerships between influencers, brands, and non-profits to raise money and awareness for charities held an event hosted by Tracee Ellis Ross showing the screenplay and in attended was fellow actor Gabrielle Union-Wade.

The new mommy "to support the fam," showed face at the screening wearing "it" designer of the moment, Pyer Moss. The look, an oversized silk shirt with a ring bearer and flower girl painted graphic, and a blue pleated skirt was right on theme for black love and family --set in Harlem, If Beale Street Could Talk is also a story of passion and family. The motif was one of the ten paintings done by artist Derrick Adams in collaboration with Kerby Jean-Raymond, Pyer Moss' head honcho, for the brands SS19 collection. Union-Wade paired the look with see-through heels and a short bob hair cut.